Lewis Hine was an American sociologist and photographer, best remembered for his images of immigrants arriving in Ellis Island, and for shining a light on the brutal reality of poor children forced to work. His often disturbing photographs of young workers were considered instrumental in pushing through a series of child labor protection laws in the United States.
They Were All Smoking (© Lewis Hine/Metropolitan Museum of Art) | OneShot
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